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GALAZY EXPLORERS!

It’s been a week of space travel and exploring! For someone who appreciates the beauty of space but is not really that “into” space I even get inspired when the kids ask questions and get completely caught up in the excitement of space travel and the mysteries of the galaxy! 28 more words

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Learning through play in northern Uganda

While procrasti-reading earlier this week, I came across an interesting article discussing disparities in play-based learning in American early child education. Lower-income public schools are less likely to have the resources and time to dedicate to meaningful play that encourages inquiry and creativity. 853 more words

Center for Indian Country Development: Early Childhood Development Programs in Indian Country

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Please join the Center for Indian Country Development (CICD) on October 5 and 6, for rich discussions highlighting scientific research and successful early child development programs in Indian country. 235 more words

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Teaching Kids to Use Positive Self-Talk

By Allison Wedell Schumacher

Believe it or not, one of my proudest parenting moments happened in the middle of the night when I was lying in bed. 666 more words

Parenting

Do As I Say...Teachers as Role Models

Not having a grandchild of my own (yet), I have fallen in love with the 9-month old baby boy who lives next door. I have listened carefully to friends who are grandmothers and dote on their grandchildren and often wondered if I’d feel the same way about my own. 712 more words

… and what in life we control (Part 1)

So it was then, that Lebanon and I chugged along (I appear to love train analogies, who knew?). At times, we even fluttered about – quickly, breathlessly, urgently. 1,039 more words

My Life, Barely

From Mozart To Mr. Rogers: Literacy, Music And The Brain : NPR Ed : NPR

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     We cannot overestimate the power of music in human development and wellness. 123 more words